Spring Term Abroad

For more information regarding Spring Term Abroad courses, including policies and procedures, funding and travel resources, please visit The Center for International Education (CIE) website.

BUS 391: Corporate Social Responsibility Practicum Copenhagen, Denmark

This is a project-based course that further explores the concepts of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability as practiced in Denmark, regarded as one of the most progressive economies.

ECON/EDUC 239: Exploring Childhood in Denmark: Comparing Policies and Practices to the U.S. Copenhagen, Denmark

The course explores childhood in Denmark and the United States. The students begin the course with 3 weeks in Denmark and spend the last week of the term on campus in Lexington. In Denmark, students will have experiences inside schools, daycares, and preschools in both economically advantaged and disadvantaged areas as well as speak with administrators and policymakers.

GERM/BUS 392: Layered Berlin: German Culture and the Social Market Economy Berlin, Germany

This is a four-week course that offers students a true immersion in German language, culture and business. In order to give students a complete understanding of contemporary Germany, we integrate a literary-historical analysis of the country's rich history from 1848 to the present day with an introduction to stakeholder-centric business.

POL 287 - The Maghreb: History, Culture, and Politics Morocco, Africa

This interdisciplinary course examines the history, culture, and politics of the Maghreb region of North Africa. It takes place in Lexington and Morocco. Topics include the influence of religion on politics, the past and present effects of colonialism, contemporary developments like responses to the ‘Arab Spring,’ and more.